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  • Town Talk: Building a beautiful home that meets its own energy needs

    Town Talk: Building a beautiful home that meets its own energy needs

    PASSIVE ACTION: CORE Energy Recovery Solutions CEO James Dean knew all about heat exchangers and in-structure climate control when he considered building a passive house. Those Swedish/German-developed airtight buildings are energy-efficient enough to pump electrical power into a utility rather than vice-versa. But when wife Janet Allan said, “They’re all ugly,” Dean decided to go […]
  • Douglas Todd: Author of Crazy Rich Asians knows what's fuelling Vancouver

    Douglas Todd: Author of Crazy Rich Asians knows what's fuelling Vancouver

    “Eddie was a member of the Chinese Athletic Association, the Hong Kong Golf Club, the China Club, the Hong Kong Club, the Cricket Club, the Dynasty Club, the American Club, the Jockey Club, the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club and too many private dining clubs to recount. Like most upper-crust Hong Kongers, Eddie also possessed […]
  • Movie Minute – Sicario: Day of the Soldado

    Movie Minute – Sicario: Day of the Soldado

    In this week’s Movie Minute, Postmedia film critic Dana Gee and Arts & Life editor Aleesha Harris talk about Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin’s re-teaming in the new Sicario: Day of the Soldado. The pair are back as no-holds-barred crimefighters battling drug cartels that have moved into the business of trafficking terrorists across the […]
  • Video: New in theatres June 29

    Video: New in theatres June 29

    Take a look at some clips from the movies hitting theatres June 29.
  • Vancouver will screen free outdoor movies in art gallery plaza

    Vancouver will screen free outdoor movies in art gallery plaza

    The Vancouver Art Gallery’s north plaza, recently renamed the šx????n?q Xwtl’e7én? Square, will host an outdoor movie night every Wednesday this summer. The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association’s Summer Movie Night on the Square lineup will kick off on July 4th. “The theme of the first Summer Movie nights on the Square series will be “cities”. […]
  • Take 70: Al Muirhead still the tops after seven-decade career

    Take 70: Al Muirhead still the tops after seven-decade career

    Here’s this old guy still trying to do it and these young guys are at the top of their game and helping me along as much as they can.
  • Which Chris is the best Chris? A National Post investigation

    Which Chris is the best Chris? A National Post investigation

    They each possess their own distinct charm, and the debate over which is best and worst of the four has raged for the last year or so. Let's settle it, shall we?
  • Paper Year is a clever concept as far as it goes, but it doesn’t go quite far enough

    Paper Year is a clever concept as far as it goes, but it doesn’t go quite far enough

    Chris Knight: Given that everything moves faster these days, Paper Year could have been titled The Six-Month Itch
  • Movie Minute: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom reviewed in 60 seconds

    Movie Minute: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom reviewed in 60 seconds

    It’s dino time as this week’s Movie Minute with Postmedia film critic Dana Gee and Arts & Life editor Aleesha Harris is all about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. In this new instalment of Jurassic Park franchise Owen and Claire are out to save the scaly creatures from a devastating volcanic event.
  • New documentary Metamorphosis shows there is hope in the face of climate change

    New documentary Metamorphosis shows there is hope in the face of climate change

    Metamorphosis When: June 26-28 & July 1 Where: Vancity Theatre Tickets: viff.org Most environmental movies are in crisis mode. Their message is clear: We are going to hell in a plastic grocery bag. Despite alarm bells ringing louder than tsunami warning sirens, a pair of Vancouver filmmakers felt that maybe there was another story — […]




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